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Review: Snoop Dogg – Woof

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Snoop Dogg’s Woof single proved to be a smash hit! It was due to that woofing and heavy-hitting bass produced by Craig B and KLC that this single was a success in 1998. The bass is pounding heavily from the sub-woofers. That is why you hear bass rumbling inside of the synths. KLC stuck true to the Louisiana roots by using chords, cowbells, and woofing. The lyrics are action packed. Thanks to Pen & Pixel Graphics, the title stood out with that bling bling and jewelry in Snoop Dogg’s name on the top. That’s what helped make it go platinum.

The song Woof proved to be a smash hit. It was de to that woofing and heavy-hitting bass produced by Craig B and KLC that Woof became a smash hit. KLC stuck true to the Louisiana roots by using chords, cowbells, and woofing.

The single also contained an exclusive bonus track which was a It’s All On A Ho. Some No Limit fans might remember this song as the bonus track. This was the exclusive bonus track which was advertised as “also contains an exclusive bonus track” on the front cover.

A lot of these songs were released as b-sides on singles in the 1990s. That happened frequently back then. No Limit was famous for putting exclusive bonus tracks that could only be found on only on certain versions of a single. That is why the song was not used on the multi-platinum album “Da Game Is To Be Sold, Not To Be Told”.

I rate this single 5/5*****!!

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